Saturday, March 3, 2007

A Conversation with John Amaechi

Ann Coulter thinks John Edwards is, and I quote, a "faggot." How nice. She's is going to ruin things for the Right. Hallelujah!

13 comments:

Cap'n Dyke said...

Goin' south! About frickin' time!

I see ye be finished with Bay Meadows. How was yer luck then, Wild Tigger? ;)

Spokane Al said...

As a conservative I find that she is capable of both great insight and obscene, offensive rhetoric. I tend to agree with a recent writer who discribed her as the right's version of Michael Moore.

Joyce said...

Hi Al! Thanks for coming back. I have been adding hills into my elliptical training and I'm hurting all over. Do guys' hips hurt as much as gals'? :-)

About politics. It's people like Ann Coulter who hurt people like me.

All I want is to have the right to visit my partner in the hospital if she's hurt; and I want the feeling that the $3,000 we spent for our Trust to actually be respected. Straight folks never have to pay that kind of money for their relationships to be respected.

Yet folks think we're asking for special rights. Ouch.

Spokane Al said...

I don't know about other guys but I don't really have much of a problem with my hips. My long runs do cause me some soreness over the next day or so.

I fully agree with you about derserving to be a part of the decision making process with a loved one no matter what the gender.

As a former financial planner I saw the difficulty many non-married people face (again, no matter what the gender).

I think the recent bill going through the WA state house is absolutely the right thing to do. Although I do not think it goes far enough in that a traditional couple must be of senior citizen age for it to apply.

Take care.

Cap'n Dyke said...

Unfortunately, Me Tigger, we females tend t'have more problems with our hips -- bein' built t'produce everyone who has ever existed on this planet: includin' th'people who discriminate, apparently comes with a cost.

Does th'Tigger need a massage then?

Spokane Al said...

P.S. Actually Lance Armstrong has some real painful problems with his hip flexors while training for and running the New York Marathon last year.

Perhaps it is time for you to move off the machine and get on the roads. As an athlete I am sure you already know this, but the best way to improve one's running is to run (and I believe the best place is the roads).

Anyway, that is my two cents. Have a great day and I hope you get over your aches and pains.

Joyce said...

I really DO need to get out on the street! Problem is, I like to run first thing in the morning and it keeps snowing. LOL The elliptical, I think, may be more similar to biking than running. My quads are getting massive. But that'll help on the hills, I suppose.

I find ibuprofen and glutamine help a lot.

But, yeah, Cap'n, I sure could use a massage? When ya coming over? ;-)

Cap'n Dyke said...

When ye least expect it, Me Tigger. BTW, I'm infamous for me massage abilities. ;)

Joyce said...

Good! Ye'd be needin' strong hands because I've got lotsa muscles. ;-)

Cap'n Dyke said...

I prefer lotsa muscles because I have hands o'steel. Ye'll be like 'buttah' when I'm finished with ye.

Joyce said...

Sounds good to me. Just don't be too good or I'll fall asleep under your hands.

Cap'n Dyke said...

Oh, ye won't be fallin' asleep. I can't be sayin' what else ye might be fallin' for though.

Joyce said...

Ding-ding-ding! Congratulations! You have just won the prize for Best Cyber Flirt. ;-)